SPIRITUAL SCIENCE

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Doing Meditation –

An Anthroposophical approach

 

Workshop Programme

Fortnightly from Autumn 2014

7.30 pm – 9.00 pm

 

The Rudolf Steiner Centre

Machpelah Works, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8AU


 

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“From Common Sense to Super-Sense”

 

A two part exploration of our 12 senses, their transformation and their relationship to our thinking, feeling and willing.

 If we only explore on the basis of what can be seen from without

and ignore our potential for perceiving from within,

our view is inhibited.

When we seriously begin to conceive of ourselves as spiritual beings,

our thinking and seeing fructifies.

 

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Serendipity

Exploring Serendipity –

 with John Bewick.

Thursday 6th October
Why do some apparently disconnected events turn out to be connected?

“That’s life, s*** happens”? Synchronicity? Karma?

Finding a pattern to how things connect is not easy and sometimes impossible. But we human creatures are insightful beings and sometimes – “Aha!” and the penny drops.

Strengthening our everyday gift of loving remembrance – “Ahaaaaaaaa!” – stirs a love for the here and now that has a loyalty to the past but an attentive anticipation for the future. We can become sagacious Serendiptians….

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Time – Past Present and Future

Exploring Time – with John Bewick.

In collaboration with Bradford Living Light.


Our everyday I is formed out of the stream from the past, aware of time measured in seconds, hours and years. But the stream of our Enduring “I” lives in the ever-present. “X” marks the spot (!) when the ever-present meets the present moment in our stream of time. But we are not usually aware of it. The moment we perceive some thing our everyday thinking kicks in and, before we know it, we leap to form a thought-picture full of previous associations. The moment has passed.